Book Seller Interview Questions

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Barnes & Noble Interviews

22 Book Seller Interview Questions and Reviews

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Books-A-Million Interviews

2 Book Seller Interview Questions and Reviews

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Borders Interviews

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Jun 22, 2014

Interview Question for Part Time Book Seller at Barnes & Noble:

“Why would you like to work at a bookstore?”


Jun 10, 2014

Interview Question for Part Time Book Seller at Barnes & Noble:

“Try to think of a time, and give me an example, of when you were multitasking.”


May 20, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Barnes & Noble:

“Not anything out of the ordinary!”


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May 8, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Barnes & Noble:

“How is your previous experience relevant to the job”


Apr 4, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Books-A-Million:

“there was nothing difficult to the interview”


Mar 14, 2014

Interview Question for Part Time Book Seller at Barnes & Noble:

“Name a time where you had an issue with somebody and resolved it.”


Mar 10, 2014

Interview Question for Book Seller at Barnes & Noble:

“Might have been: What do you think you need to work on or improve.”


Jan 29, 2014

Interview Question for Part Time Book Seller at Barnes & Noble:

“How did you resolve the last disagreement you had with a co-worker or friend?
If you were a customer here and had a complaint, how would you go about resolving the issue?”


Jan 26, 2014

Interview Question for Part Time Book Seller at Barnes & Noble:

“How do you handle a difficult customer? What do you do when a customer said "no" to the membership offer?”


Aug 13, 2013

Interview Question for Part Time Book Seller at Barnes & Noble:

“I really didn't feel that any questions were that difficult, but when I got hired the employees seemed kinda stuck up book snobs. It takes a bit to feel comfortable.”